Three in a row, twice. As expected, Dylan Kautz of Norfolk Catholic won the 100 and 200 meters. “After my freshman year, I wanted to go four in a row," Kautz said. "This is another step.”
It certainly looks like Randolph has turned things around after back-to-back losses. The Cardinals stunned Class C-2 No. 4 Hartington-Newcastle 39-32 Tuesday night, just the second loss of the season for the Wildcats.
In the span of 90 minutes, Hartington/Newcastle cross country coach Mandy Hochstein experienced her fair share of emotions. Halfway through Thursday's Class C-2 district at Skyview Lake in Norfolk, the Wildcats' girls team had four runners finish among the top 12, giving Hochstein a pretty good feeling the program had won its first-ever district title.
PLAINVIEW -- The team champions in the Lewis and Clark Conference Track Meet followed a similar formula to success.
Fresh off its shutout win over rival Gering on Monday, the Scottsbluff girls soccer team showed no signs of a letdown in a 9-3 thumping of Newcastle, Wyo., on Tuesday at the Landers Memorial Soccer Complex in Scottsbluff.
A difficult schedule and costly injuries have made wins tough to come by for the Gering boys soccer team this season.
Katie Martindale scored two goals to help lead the Gering girls soccer team to a 4-1 win over Newcastle, Wyo., on Thursday evening at Memorial Stadium in Gering.
Hartington-Newcastle celebrated the No. 13 here Friday in a 48-45 win over Wynot. After a 20-point lead had evaporated thanks to 12 second-half turnovers, the Wildcats' 13th field-goal attempt of the second half proved to be a Friday the 13th game-winner.
The class D1 first-round match-up between Clarkson/Leigh and Hartington-Newcastle featured two new-look programs attempting to make history by achieving a first-time playoff victory.